The Department of Electrical Engineering invites you to use the EE
Student Projects Laboratory at 1212 S.W. Mudd Building. The laboratory
was opened in 2004 (see this Spectator article) as an "open doors"
laboratory. This essentially means that you can walk in and work on
whatever project you would like, as long as the laboratory doors are
Students working an wirelss heart monitor for the spring 2004 Senior Design Class
E3390 Electrical Design Lab (Fall/Spring): A capstone design course where you get to design and build a device of your own choosing. This class takes place in the SPL and is one of the best ways to take advantage of the lab
To ensure a safe laboratory a list of rules and fundamental safety principles has been developed and provided for you here.These rules must be followed at all times. This, in the form of a contract, is available here. Please print this out, sign it, and keep a copy for yourself. The signed copy should be handed over to John Kazana.
This page has tips on good lab practices, breadboarding, debugging, runningexperiments, ground connections, glossary for elcctrical terms, circuit theory etc.